It cannot be disputed that the West who are defenders of capitalism have been exposed in what transpired in Kenya. The ascendance of Uhuru Kenyatta to Kenya’s highest office, Michael Sata in Zambia and Nkosazana Dhlamini-Zuma becoming the chairperson of the African Union are all arguably ushering a new era in the way in which Africa is developing. Are we going to witness an Africa that is going back to following the principles of the founding fathers of the Organisation of African Unity now the African Union.
Bowden B.C. Mbanje and Darlington N. Mahuku The honesty of Zimbabwean politicians is constantly scrutinised by their constituents, peers, the Press and the nation as a whole. The recent burial of Christpowers Maisiri in Headlands provides a very
Darlington Mahuku and Bowden Mbanje Capital punishment is not only a topic of much heated debate and controversy in Zimbabwe, but worldwide. Our legislators have in the past weeks been engrossed in discussions on whether to retain the death sentence or to abolish
Robust deterrence policies necessary to avoid nuke war
Thursday, 21 February 2013 00:00
The US Administration has also denounced the DPRK government left, right and centre. Ban Ki-Moon the UN General Secretary also reprimanded North Korea for carrying out such tests. We cannot blame the UN Secretary General for issuing out such a strong statement since he is from South Korea and the DPRK has on several occasions threatened its Southern neighbour with total destruction or a nuclear Armageddon. Nuclear weapons
Darlington Mahuku& Bowden Mbanje In shona there is saying “Chembere or harahwa mhenzi yakabva pahumhandara or pahujaha yakadaro.” Literally translated it means something like, “A brutal or malicious old lady or old man